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good whole existence to do something to. put themselves on the on the big get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or somehow want to preserve. it's a right to be for us this is what before us three in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters of our. quest to. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women and set off a much larger mission was one step and that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we
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now it is. no smell of fish. so it's quite different then it's nice to have the government or the be able to actually stop. the fish it's back what's going on. it's a different experience but it's a good way to go and to build like yeah usually that's the case here is where we go to like the pharaohs or they say get out you know or. you know about that place they don't like us very but they're all. in the farrows because we don't want them to kill the pilot whales and so you know they have this long tradition of driving the pilot whales with their small boats and driving them up onto the beach and killing them on the beach. and so we've gone
there and interfered with the house there is you know there's there's a whole layers of legal issues there because it is illegal for the e.u. whales and the pharaohs are potentially part of the deal but it was quite dark. they tried in years past to pass laws against us and they kept getting they were the way they were that they wouldn't enforce them so i think believe this year they they have succeeded in keeping us from going there i know the ships can't go and. i don't know if individuals want now how that will work out but we're not going there on a campaign this year because of that because of the prohibition there and then we have other issues now that we're tackling like this illegal fishing which is a huge problem all over the world.
if you want to use to you know for example you just go to the supermarket buy a can of tuna open it and you enjoy it because the next place. but when you see how it's catch you start to sing about. the fishing boats are seen fishing all right you can take the tram or kind of go off but i still write checks in a separate meetings and then so. you say number one starts to. pull in the nets and nets just start getting tighter and fish squeezed out like a lemon and in this moments of the sea really turns red. just to see your last. another netsuite score the scoop with a metal ring just gold to go into the big nets and scoop all of the fish.
in one shot and we've just been runs as personable lead conduct fifteen's hoops. to say on each book so. that's one catch seventy five tons to not do it several times a day. almost every day with a big fleet so we know you get an idea why the ocean is overfished. we. spend just sit up with friends stuff up so i guess the mission i'm going to touch. it instead. gets you to see a little. bit of the different just a bit simplistic atlanta doing that stuff so that's. good be an interesting
the sound of the mediterranean as a very over face. in this region there has been a lot of that you know fishing by the european industrial person or fleet they have been fishing here quite extensively since the one nine hundred fifty s. well so that has also led to the fact that there is not so much going on there so that is why you and other nations in this region are doing this inspection to make sure that they have the amount of catch on board that they are reporting.
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african region. because it is estimated that between eleven and twenty six million tons of fish is being called illegally so i'm point three million tons of fish are being discarded by catch annually it's just being killed without being targeted. here you can see the net in the net you can see a lot of dead sharks because the problem with the sharks is since they're lifting a swim bladder when they lift up the net over there before the net is on the day the sharks die because of lack of oxygen. because they do not have means from ladder so if they don't move they will die and.
last year when we were here in bonn we also had several cases of whale sharks getting caught in the net with a person or so on several occasions we had to cut up the neck to be able to save the little throats and releases from the entanglement in the nets and that is also beautiful feeling when you see the welfare of them in the way of the names. pete. pete. the far right. isn't just on the march it's taking violent mother's action
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twenty three diplomats return to russia or after being expelled from the u.k. in a diplomatic ride over the poisoning the former spice said as. president donald trump welcomes the saudi crown prince to washington and pushes for a new arms deal. so europe is a very wealthy nation and we're going to give the united states some of that wealth hopefully. and facebook is targeted by a global campaign to quit the social network up to revelations fifty million accounts were compromised by a data gathering five. think
you're watching the news headlines here at r.t. international broadcasting live from moscow i'm kate partridge. the twenty three russian diplomats expelled by london have arrived in moscow this comes during the ongoing spat between the u.k. and russia or over the poisoning of former spy or surrogate scruple well these are the pictures from the new cobra port in moscow a total of eighty russians have now left the british capital these include family members of the expelled diplomats and other stuff is probably boyko reports on the latest in the standoff. is twenty three diplomats and their families so close to one hundred people who were waved off by the remaining embassy staff in the u.k. they boarded a russian government plane bound from moscow and the russian ambassador to the u.k. alexander yes convention he is school them to the airport this is what he had to say take a listen with the three diplomats means forty percent reduction. and that's the
word for a new embassy that's why they will be doing these in the issue of visas is becoming a little bit more complicated these days you know to work here in the u.k. but this is the new reality is this is the different level or at least that's. the major problem for us in all this. is that we don't have any evidence no evidence were presented to us and for the time being you know we don't have a need for a mission about the poison the diplomatic expulsions are all part of this fall out between the u.k. and russia following the poisoning of sergei script and his daughter in souls very over a couple of weeks ago now over two weeks ago last week to resume a blames the kremlin for the attempted murder of the former double agent and his daughter she said it. it's highly likely that the noisy child nerve agent originated in russia and she announced
a raft of measures in retaliation the kremlin responded on saturday as well in turn with a list of twenty three british diplomats who were being expelled from moscow that's yet to happen the kremlin's also announced the closure of the british consulate in st petersburg and the closure of the british council which is sort of the cultural offshoot of the british embassy in russia for tat measures and to reason main met with the national security council today there had been some expectation that she might introduce more new measures further measures against the kremlin but her spokesperson has just been talking and she said that there is action being taken at the border to monitor and track people whose activity threatens the security of the u.k. and its allies she's saying there's work by international inspectors to get samples of the nerve agent going and the prime minister is looking forward to more talks with the states on the spy poisoning later on this week so she's really reinforced
what was unveiled last week but stopped short so far of adding to the list of measures she has however said that all the measures are being actively considered and they're going to be ready to deploy by to resume a at any time now in the meantime the investigation into what actually took place how that nerve agent was administered that is still ongoing and is being handled by london's anti terror police unit their latest statement says that this is an investigation that set to last for many months to come they have some two hundred fifty detectives working on collecting evidence around the clock and on top of that investigators from the hague from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons they have arrived in the u.k. this week they're collecting samples of the nerve agent used from the lab that's handling it here as part of an independent investigation into what happened and the results of that are expected to take at least two weeks. well the u.s.
state department has boyce its support for the expulsion of the russian diplomats it's also hinted at possible u.s. measures over the screen case understand and support what the british government has chosen to do in terms of kicking out. the russian diplomats from its country as i just said to leslie a minute ago we're not going to preview some of our activities but we are watching closely and we may be taking action. well meanwhile russia is demanding the u.k. either proves its accusations in the script poisoning case or apologizes when i hear my colleague andrew fowler discuss the developments with artie's daniel hawkins so far over the last fifteen days it's very much been a predictable different arctic tit for tat the expulsion of those russian diplomats and the british diplomats likewise from moscow what we do know in terms of the wider fallout the support u.k. has received chancellor merkel one major european power leader has been in
consultation with the polish prime minister mr. mori work where she has condemned russia and divided russia provide proof of what she describes as it's known involvement in this case proof of its innocence this is what she had to say we are of the opinion that there are very serious indications there russia has something to do with this now it's up to russia to show this is not the case the president of france likewise joining in the chorus implying that russia may have stockpiled or perhaps even lost control of some of those alleged chemical weapons chemical agents it does possess calling on russia to reveal any of those two that this is the statement from the french leader. the french president has called on russian authorities to shed light on their role in relation to the unacceptable attack in salisbury and to take back full control of any programs not to clear to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons further to those talks in
warsaw the polish government also saying unconfirmed sources at the moment but saying they are considering expelling russian diplomats in solidarity with the u.k. also considering apparently bringing in sanctions against certain russian government officials and certain companies as well the whole. onus here of course being on russia to prove its innocence and prove. evidence of a lack of involvement in this case as opposed to the other way around the u.k. provide evidence. direct concrete russian involvement to the obesity to these countries etc very much smaller of things perhaps slightly being turned on the head here how do you ask somebody to prove their innocence in a vacuum prove you didn't do something how do you do that when the russians have a request of the british to give the same samples they've been given to the o p c w to the russians so they can they can compare it to whatever data they have at their disposal this shows i think the extreme bad faith on the part of the british government i think the americans and the other europeans are basically just sort of
going through the motions in supporting their ally but i think theresa may is way out a way out beyond her evidence on this so i think this is getting out of control of course denied any knowledge any involvement in what exactly happened to mr script while the presidential spokesman saying that confirming once again that russia the russian federation has not developed such nerve agents has not stopped while such nerve agents and indeed destroyed its chemical weapons stockpile last year in twenty seventeen nevertheless that diplomatic route has occurred. saudi arabia's crown prince is in washington on an official visit president chen welcomed mohammed bin sounding to the white house and gave a presentation on u.s. military hardware. three billion dollars five hundred thirty three million dollars five hundred twenty five million dollars the spinach for you. so here is a very wealthy nation and we're going to give the united states some of them well
hopefully. what despite the warm welcome from president trump not everyone in washington is happy about the crown prince's visit samir khan reports from the capital. demonstrators have gathered just outside the white house to protest against the saudi princes u.s. tour as well as the saudi assault on yemen from yemen is a crime now only crown prince is here in the u.s. the news inside the white house right now meeting with president roosevelt he's here to secure and secure more u.s. went things to be used against me i mean and to the polls and he learned himself as a reformer who will be responsible for creating the worst humanitarian disaster on earth hands down yemen hands out you know they are you are you. saying there's been a whole lot of criticism over washington's role in the kingdom's campaign but first some background ten thousand people have been killed since the start of the
intervention back in two thousand and fifteen and a saudi imposed blockade has left the country at the brink of famine which the u.n. has deemed the world's worst humanitarian crisis. worker what you think it would. argue. now even though the public has condemned washington's role the u.s. has been actively supporting the campaign by arming the saudis amongst many other things last year trump signed a record arms deal with saudi arabia worth about a hundred and ten billion dollars one of the biggest in history and trump hopes to make more deals with the country.